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In his long career, Travis Tritt has been nearly everywhere and done everything - except for one thing. Read More
While specific dates are still to be announced, word is that Alan Jackson's 2005 tour will include his BMG label mate Sara Evans, and a very special opening act, The Wrights. Read More
The American Red Cross' fourth annual National Celebrity Cabinet has a few familiar names. Read More
If you're a season ticket holder for the Arena League Football Team the Nashville Kats, you saw Tim McGraw give his first concert of the year last Friday night. Read More
Not content with breaking records and world domination on the music charts, Shania Twain is now venturing into the glamorous world of sheep farming. Read More
What is the "Plowboy Mansion?" It's the official headquarters of the MuzikMafia. Read More
Martina McBride is not only a source of interest to her fans - now she's the subject of a college course. Read More
Just eight weeks after its release, Chely Wright's independent single, "The Bumper of My S.U.V.," has held the No. 1 position for the last two weeks on the Billboard Country Singles Sales Chart. Read More
Trick Pony's Keith Burns, an Atlanta native, will celebrate a fun homecoming when he and band mates Heidi Newfield and Ira Dean perform the National Anthem at the Atlanta Falcons playoff game against the St. Louis Rams in Atlanta's Georgia Dome, this Saturday night, Jan. 15. Read More
Montgomery Gentry and Trace Adkins have asked country comedian Cledus T. Judd to be the Master of Ceremonies for their "Turn It Up & Bring It On" tour that kicks off Feb. 3 in Madison, WI. Read More
From now until Jan. 20, you can bid on eBay to win an electric guitar signed by more than 30 music stars. Read More
Mark Chesnutt has lots of fans in the Republican Party - he's been selected as the first recipient to be honored with the "W" Award. Read More
If you want to hear the title cut from Kenny Chesney's new album, Be As You Are: Songs From An Old Blue Chair, before it hits the radio, go to aolmusic.com this Friday, Jan. 14. Read More
LeAnn Rimes won't be alone as host on this season's Nashville Star. Read More
The South Bend Tribune reported that Ronnie Dunn was in South Bend, Ind. earlier this week testifying in a strange Federal court case about an illegal deer hunt. Read More
When President Bush is officially inaugurated, several country stars will be on hand to support and entertain him. Read More
In other benefit news, country legend Willie Nelson is headlining a concert this Sunday in Austin, Texas, according to the "Houston Chronicle," to help the relief effort for victims of the earthquake and tsunami that devastated dozens of countries. Read More
Kenny Chesney has just signed on for the NBC "Concert for the Tsunami Victims," which will be broadcast live on Saturday January 15th. Read More
Brad Paisley may be a national country star, but he hasn't forgotten his roots. Read More
Eddy Arnold, Jerry Lee Lewis and the original members of the Carter Family (Alvin P. "A.P." Carter, Sara Carter, and Maybelle Carter) will receive The Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award during the 47th Annual Grammy Awards on February 13, airing on CBS at 8 p.m. Eastern. Read More